Nashville Entrepreneur Center Aiding Small Businesses Affected By COVID-19

The Nashville Entrepreneur Center will launch Renew Nashville, a citywide initiative designed to provide small businesses and entrepreneurs negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic with world-class expertise and resources aimed at increasing their rate of survival.

By partnering with five local nonprofits—Pathway Lending, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, Nashville Business Incubation Center, Conexión Américas—the Nashville Entrepreneur Center is leveraging its position as the hub for entrepreneurs, providing participants access to master-class resources, executive level advisors, and the support of the city’s largest business network. Entry into this invaluable program will increase the survival rate for those most vulnerable to the pandemic.

The program is free to the first 500 small businesses to connect with Renew Nashville and register in Davidson County. Any Davidson County small business impacted by COVID is eligible, and this opportunity is open to any industry and any segment, including those in the music industry.

Applications to participate in Renew Nashville are open now.

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